Here whats new in 1.2 Adding 'players' to the end of a /bfquery will now open up the @bfquery custom window and show you the basic server info, along with a player scoreboard that is sorted almost exactly like the ingame one! Right clicking the @bfquery window allows you to refresh the info or join the server with a simple click. New /bfsjoin command allows you to join a server without performing any pre-launch checks. This is useful when you don't know the query port of the server you intend to join. Improved error checking/handling
===================== BFQUERY 1.2 README ===================== by: Patrick "synthetic" D. INSTALLATION: --------------------- (This script will uninstall itself if you aren't running mIRC 6.00 or greater!) 1. Extract bfquery.mrc to your main mIRC folder. 2. In mIRC, type /load -rs bfquery.mrc ** IMPORTANT ** If you screw up when providing the Drive letter the first time, just type /bfsetup to redo it. If your mIRC seems to lock up after you enter the drive letter, just wait and let it finish. The script is searching the drive for occurances of BF1942.exe and will prompt you which one to use when it's done. ** Note: If mIRC gives you a warning about initialization commands, click Yes COMMANDS: --------------------- /bfquery ip:queryport(optional) players(optional) - This command queries the specified bf1942 server ip on the specified queryport. If no port is given, the default port 23000 is used. If you add players after the server info, the player list is retrieved from the server and displayed in the custom @bfquery window. Right clicking in the @bfquery window will let you perform additional commands, such as refreshing the player list. If you are refreshing the @bfquery window and it seems to stop refreshing properly, re-issue the /bfquery ip:port players command. Examples: /bfquery 18.104.22.168 (this echo's the server info to the active mIRC window using the default query port 23000) /bfquery 22.214.171.124:23001 (this echo's the server info to the active mIRc window using the specified query port 23001) /bfquery 126.96.36.199 players (this opens the @bfquery custom window and echo's the server info as well as the player scoreboard to the @bfquery window. right clicking in the @bfquery window allows you to refresh this info or join the server.) /bfjoin ip:queryport(optional) - This command attempts to join the specified bf1942 server ip on the specified queryport. If no port is given, the default port 23000 is used. If the server is full, the user is notified and given an option of whether or not to hammer it until they get in. ** If you just type /bfquery with no arguments, it will join the last server that you have queried successfully ** Examples: /bfjoin 188.8.131.52 (this joins the server on the ip 184.108.40.206 associated with the default query port 23000) /bfjoin 220.127.116.11:23001 (this joins the server on the ip 18.104.22.168 associated with the query port 23001) /bfsjoin ip:gameport(optional) - This command connects to the specified server ip on the specified gameport (defaults to 14567 if no port is given by the user) without running any checks on the server first. Use this command to join a server if you know the gameport and not the queryport. Examples: /bfsjoin 22.214.171.124 (this joins the server using the default game port 14567) /bfsjoin 126.96.36.199:14570 (this joins the server on the specified game port 14570) /bfstophammer - This command stops the hammering of a server /bfsetup - This command sets up the BF1942.exe path UNINSTALLATION: --------------------- 1. Type /unload -rs bfquery.mrc 2. Type /unset %bfquery* 3. Delete bfquery.mrc and bfqplayers.bin in your mIRC folder. SUPPORT: --------------------- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org IRC: #Clan-D2D (GamesNET) WWW: http://www.dreadlords.com/
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